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A man of many talents

A man of many talents

Lester Garlow was at his best when carving pipes by Bruce Garlow He was a Navy man who fought the Japanese in World War II and helped shepherd the heavily damaged light cruiser USS Marblehead to home port following a massive air attack on the ship off the Borneo coast in early 1942. He was […]

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Focused pursuit

Focused pursuit

Wayne Tiepen doesn’t merely pick up pipemaking–he chases it with everything he’s got by Stephen A. Ross Wayne Teipen strives to get the most out of everything he does. Whether it’s in his health care profession, projects around the house, wilderness hikes or his recently found interest in pipemaking, the 42-year-old Indiana native rarely lets […]

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Quiet elegance

Quiet elegance

•By Marty Pulvers• Rad Davis achieves elegance in simplicity By way of background, I, and clearly many others, have found Rad Davis’ pipes, and Rad as well, to be intriguing. I’m not sure why on either count. If you are walking the show room floor in St. Charles, Ill., during the Chicago pipe show, Rad’s […]

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